Denver Broncos: C.J. Anderson and Vernon Davis Questionable vs. Raiders


The Denver Broncos announced that running back C.J. Anderson and tight end Vernon Davis are listed as questionable for next Sunday’s contest at home versus the Oakland Raiders.

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The Denver Broncos are persevering through a litany of injuries at the moment that includes both C.J. Anderson and Vernon Davis, as well as leading tackler, safety David Bruton and linebacker Danny Trevathan. The Denver Post’s Nick Jhabvala reports that both Trevathan and Davis are now in concussion protocol. Running back C.J. Anderson suffered an ankle injury in the first half of Sunday’s 17-3 victory against the San Diego Chargers and did not return to the game.

C.J. Anderson currently has 538 yards in the 2015 season to go along with three touchdowns. He is the Denver Broncos second leading rusher behind Ronnie Hillman. Since coming to the Denver Broncos, Vernon Davis has only 122 yards and no touchdowns in five games.

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With a plethora of injuries to deal with, the Denver Broncos depth at both positions is key to mitigate any losses in production. As Sunday’s game with the Raiders draws closer, keep it here for ongoing updates on the Denver Broncos.